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Cuddly toy missing after being launched to edge of space

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Pupils at a school in Lancashire have sent a toy dog 15 miles into the atmosphere as part of a science project.

Kids at Morecambe Bay Community Primary school attached Sam to a helium balloon, a GPS tracker and a camera and released him into the sky.

He managed to reach the edge of space, with a maximum height of 15.5 miles above ground, before coming back to Earth.

The school has found the GPS tracker and the balloon - but Sam is nowhere to be found.

He was last seen flying above North Yorkshire, and the school is asking people to look out for him.